What made you happy as a child?
December 2021 - February 2022
Happy Times showcases the work of James Christie, Clare Hooper, Bridget Kelly, Kylie Scott, Hannah Sunito and Shai de Vletter-Sont.
Each featured artist has created a body of work by responding to the question ‘What made you happy as a child?’ with the resulting collection celebrating diverse visions of happiness.
The artists are current and former students of uni 2 beyond, an initiative of the Centre for Disability Studies. Through uni 2 beyond, people with intellectual disability undertake study at the University of Sydney and participate in the university community. The uni 2 beyond community includes a number of talented artists, each with diverse and unique styles, all united by their vibrant use of colour.
This exhibition received financial support from the Randwick City Council’s Community Creative funding steam.
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Cuban Car 2 (2021)
Cuban Silhouette (2021)
Bird with Self (2021)
Long Tail Macaque (2021)
Empire Penguins at SeaWorld
Joyed the Time (2021)
Birds District (2021)
Owls Loved (2021)
Walked Way (2021)
Buzzing Bee (2021)
Rabbit with Flowers and Butterflies (2021)
Ragdoll Cat with Flowers (2021)
Pomeranian with Flowers (2021)
Pink Way (2021)
Water Park (2021)
Painting on Paper (2021)
Under the Sea (2021)
Alfie Stepping Out Again (After COVID) (2021)
Over the Horizon (2021)
Alfie’s Dream (2021)
Songbird with Rainbow (2021)
My First Word was “Digger” (2021)
Echidna with Australian Native Flowers (2021)
Mozambique Cake (2021)
Beach Rock (2021)
Best Friends Forever (2021)
Save Our Cuddly Koalas (2018)
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